Nominations are accepted May 1-31, 2017, in the following categories: • Individual-Northern Nevada • Individual-Southern Nevada • Individual- Rural Nevada • Nonprofit/Community Organization Volunteer Program • Corporate/Business Volunteer Program • Volunteer Manager • Volunteer Program serving Veterans Nomination criteria includes individuals and organizational volunteer programs in Nevada who through volunteerism: 1) Show achievement that is exemplary, measurable, and far exceeds expectations. 2) Address a need not previously met in the community. 3) Show innovation in applying a new solution to an existing social program. 4) Empower and mobilize the community to support the program or event, and support ongoing opportunities for community mobilization. 5) Show development of endurance or sustainability in a long-term solution to significant social issues through hands-on volunteer service. The service must be direct and ongoing, rather than a one-time activity, with the exception of short-term crisis situations.
To nominate someone, please
visit http://www.nevadavolunteers.org For more information contact Nevada Volunteers 775-825-1900 email@example.com www.nevadavolunteers.org
About Nevada Volunteers: Nevada Volunteers, a 501 (c) 3, is the Governor's Commission on Service and works to foster a statewide culture of service and volunteerism. When volunteers feel like their contributions are appreciated and valued by the organization, they are more likely to feel connected and continue volunteering. We know the Governor’s Points of Light Awards doesn’t recognize all of Nevada’s individuals and organizations whose dedicated efforts demonstrate a spirit of caring, goodwill, and service to others, which is why Nevada Volunteers has multiple opportunities for recognition. You can recognize volunteers with a signed Governor’s Volunteer Recognition Certificate from Governor Sandoval, at no charge. Recognize a volunteer or organization that shines the “Light” of volunteerism and brightens the lives of others with a Nevada’s “Point of Light” bookmark, letter from Nevada Volunteers, and acknowledgement on Nevada Volunteers’ communications. Learn more about these recognition opportunities at www.nevadavolunteers.org. W W W. E V E R Y T H I N G E L K O . C O M
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